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The information in this article applies to:

– Microsoft Windows NT operating system version 3.1
– Microsoft Windows NT Advanced Server version 3.1
– Microsoft Windows NT Workstation version 3.5
– Microsoft Windows NT Server version 3.5

 

SUMMARY

 

This article describes how to create a boot disk to access a drive with a
faulty boot sequence and a Windows NT file system (NTFS) or File allocation
table (FAT) file system. This can be useful when an incorrect hardware
driver replaced a working one and there is no Emergency Repair Disk to
repair the boot files.

How to Create a Windows NT Boot Floppy
To create a bootable floppy disk with the files NTLDR (or SETUPLDR.BIN in
Windows NT 3.5), NTDETECT.COM, BOOT.INI, and the correct device driver for
your hard drive:

NOTE: The NTLDR, SETUPLDR.BIN, NTDETECT.COM, and BOOT.INI files usually
have their file attributes set to System, Hidden, and Read-Only. You do not
need to reset these attributes for this disk to work properly.

If You Have Windows NT Version 3.1
1. Format a floppy disk using the Windows NT format utility.

2. Copy NTLDR from the Windows NT CD-ROM disc or floppy disks. (You may
need to expand this file from NTLDR._ to NTLDR by using the EXPAND
NTLDR._ NTLDR command line)

3. Copy NTDETECT.COM to the disk.

4. Copy the correct device driver for the required SCSI device to the
disk if it is not already on the disk or if it is the incorrect version.
(This may be something such as ARROW.SYS). Copy this file to the name
NTBOOTDD.SYS.

5. Create a BOOT.INI file with the following lines: (This example is for
a single partition SCSI drive with Windows NT installed under WINNT.)

[boot loader]
timeout=30
Default= scsi(0)disk(0)rdisk(0)partition(1)winnt

[operating systems]
scsi(0)disk(0)rdisk(0)partition(1)winnt=”Windows NT”

NOTE: If you are running Windows NT 3.5 or 3.51, replace each
instance of scsi with multi.

6. Boot from the floppy disk and log on to Windows NT.

If You Have Windows NT Version 3.5
1. Diskcopy first Setup Disk.

2. Delete all files on the new disk.

3. Copy NTDETECT.COM and NTLDR to the new disk.

4. Rename NTLDR to SETUPLDR.BIN.

5. Create a BOOT.INI file with the following lines: (This example is for
a single partition SCSI drive with Windows NT installed under WINNT.)

[boot loader]
timeout=30
Default= scsi(0)disk(0)rdisk(0)partition(1)winnt

[operating systems]
scsi(0)disk(0)rdisk(0)partition(1)winnt=”Windows NT”
NOTE: If you are running Windows NT 3.5 or 3.51, replace each instance
of scsi with multi.

6. Boot from the floppy disk and log on to Windows NT.

Troubleshooting
– The following message appears when the path to the system files is
incorrect or includes the drive letter:

Windows NT could not start because of the following ARC firmware boot
configuration problem: Did not properly generate ARC name for HAL and
system paths. Please check the Windows NT (TM) documentation about
ARC configuration options and your hardware reference manuals for
additional information. Boot Failed.

– The following message appears when the incorrect SCSI driver has been
selected for the system or the NTBOOTDD.SYS does not exist:

Windows NT could not start because of a computer disk hardware
configuration problem. Could not read from selected boot disk. Check
boot path and disk hardware. Please check the Windows NT (TM)
documentation about hardware disk configuration and your hardware
disk configuration and your hardware reference manuals for additional
information. Boot Failed.

KBCategory: kbtshoot kbsetup kbfasttip
KBSubcategory: ntfilesys
Additional reference words: prodnt 3.10 3.50 repair tshoot

How to stop Windows 2000 auto login
Click the start  button.
Click run.
In the Open field, type regedit and click OK.
Navigate your way to the following folder:

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWAREMicrosoftWindows NTCurrentVersionWilogon

From here, double click on DontDisplayLastUserName.
Change the value to 0.
Click OK.

Outlook 2007

Navigate to tools and then choose account settings.

Select the account you would like to modify and then press the change button.

Fifth option down says Outgoing Mail Server (SMTP)

Change the settings to match the outgoing mail server provided by your ISP.

Eg. mail.bigpond.com

Before continuing press the “Test Account Settings” to confirm all working.

Once you have changed the outgoing mail setting and it works press the next button and then choose finish to apply the settings.

Emails will now be sent through your ISP.

This automapping only occurs if one of the following is true:

. You search using the open or advanced find function of an Office 97 application and the search discovers a
shortcut that contains a drive letter mapped to a network drive.

. FindFast is installed in your startup group and it indexs a drive which contains a shortcut that uses a drive letter
mapped to a network drive.

These behaviors should not occur if you have SP3 installed.

To avoid the problem:

. Don’t search folders that contain shortcuts with mapped drive letters.
. Change your shortcuts to use UNC names (\ServerShare).
. Disable FindFast (a good idea in any case as this application sometimes leaks memory
and only benefits those you have many thousands of documents that require indexing.

HKEY_Current_UserSoftwareMicrosoftWindowsCurrentVersionPoliciesExplorer

PSS ID Number: Q163111
Article last modified on 09-09-1999

WinNT:4.0; WINDOWS:95

winnt
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The information in this article applies to:

– Microsoft Windows NT Workstation version 4.0
– Microsoft Windows NT Server version 4.0
– Microsoft Windows 95
– Microsoft Windows 98
——————————————————————————-

SUMMARY
=======

This article lists the error codes that Remote Access Service (RAS) reports in
Windows NT 4.0 and Windows 95/98.

MORE INFORMATION
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Error   Messages
——————————-

600     An operation is pending.
601     The port handle is invalid.
602     The port is already open.
603     Caller’s buffer is too small.
604     Wrong information specified.
605     Cannot set port information.
606     The port is not connected.
607     The event is invalid.
608     The device does not exist.
609     The device type does not exist.
610     The buffer is invalid.
611     The route is not available.
612     The route is not allocated.
613     Invalid compression specified.
614     Out of buffers.
615     The port was not found.
616     An asynchronous request is pending.
617     The port or device is already disconnecting.
618     The port is not open.
619     The port is disconnected.
620     There are no endpoints.
621     Cannot open the phone book file.
622     Cannot load the phone book file.
623     Cannot find the phone book entry.
624     Cannot write the phone book file.
625     Invalid information found in the phone book.
626     Cannot load a string.
627     Cannot find key.
628     The port was disconnected.
629     The port was disconnected by the remote machine.
630     The port was disconnected due to hardware failure.
631     The port was disconnected by the user.
632     The structure size is incorrect.
633     The port is already in use or is not configured for Remote
Access dialout.
634     Cannot register your computer on the remote network.
635     Unknown error.
636     The wrong device is attached to the port.
637     The string could not be converted.
638     The request has timed out.
639     No asynchronous net available.
640     A NetBIOS error has occurred.
641     The server cannot allocate NetBIOS resources needed to support
the client.
642     One of your NetBIOS names is already registered on the remote
network.
643     A network adapter at the server failed.
644     You will not receive network message popups.
645     Internal authentication error.
646     The account is not permitted to log on at this time of day.
647     The account is disabled.
648     The password has expired.
649     The account does not have Remote Access permission.
650     The Remote Access server is not responding.
651     Your modem (or other connecting device) has reported an error.
652     Unrecognized response from the device.
653     A macro required by the device was not found in the device .INF
file section.
654     A command or response in the device .INF file section refers to
an undefined macro
655     The  macro was not found in the device .INF file
section.
656     The  macro in the device .INF file section contains
an undefined macro
657     The device .INF file could not be opened.
658     The device name in the device .INF or media .INI file is too
long.
659     The media .INI file refers to an unknown device name.
660     The device .INF file contains no responses for the command.
661     The device .INF file is missing a command.
662     Attempted to set a macro not listed in device .INF file section.
663     The media .INI file refers to an unknown device type.
664     Cannot allocate memory.
665     The port is not configured for Remote Access.
666     Your modem (or other connecting device) is not functioning.
667     Cannot read the media .INI file.
668     The connection dropped.
669     The usage parameter in the media .INI file is invalid.
670     Cannot read the section name from the media .INI file.
671     Cannot read the device type from the media .INI file.
672     Cannot read the device name from the media .INI file.
673     Cannot read the usage from the media .INI file.
674     Cannot read the maximum connection BPS rate from the media .INI
file.
675     Cannot read the maximum carrier BPS rate from the media .INI
file.
676     The line is busy.
677     A person answered instead of a modem.
678     There is no answer.
679     Cannot detect carrier.
680     There is no dial tone.
681     General error reported by device.
682     ERROR WRITING SECTIONNAME
683     ERROR WRITING DEVICETYPE
684     ERROR WRITING DEVICENAME
685     ERROR WRITING MAXCONNECTBPS
686     ERROR WRITING MAXCARRIERBPS
687     ERROR WRITING USAGE
688     ERROR WRITING DEFAULTOFF
689     ERROR READING DEFAULTOFF

690     ERROR EMPTY INI FILE
691     Access denied because username and/or password is invalid on the
domain.
692     Hardware failure in port or attached device.
693     ERROR NOT BINARY MACRO
694     ERROR DCB NOT FOUND
695     ERROR STATE MACHINES NOT STARTED
696     ERROR STATE MACHINES ALREADY STARTED
697     ERROR PARTIAL RESPONSE LOOPING
698     A response keyname in the device .INF file is not in the
expected format.
699     The device response caused buffer overflow.
700     The expanded command in the device .INF file is too long.
701     The device moved to a BPS rate not supported by the COM driver.
702     Device response received when none expected.
703     ERROR INTERACTIVE MODE
704     ERROR BAD CALLBACK NUMBER
705     ERROR INVALID AUTH STATE
706     ERROR WRITING INITBPS
707     X.25 diagnostic indication.
708     The account has expired.
709     Error changing password on domain.
710     Serial overrun errors were detected while communicating with
your modem.
711     RasMan initialization failure. Check the event log.
712     Biplex port is initializing. Wait a few seconds and redial.
713     No active ISDN lines are available.
714     Not enough ISDN channels are available to make the call.
715     Too many errors occurred because of poor phone line quality.
716     The Remote Access IP configuration is unusable.
717     No IP addresses are available in the static pool of Remote
Access IP addresses.
718     PPP timeout.
719     PPP terminated by remote machine.
720     No PPP control protocols configured.
721     Remote PPP peer is not responding.
722     The PPP packet is invalid.
723     The phone number, including prefix and suffix, is too long.
724     The IPX protocol cannot dial-out on the port because the
computer is an IPX router.
725     The IPX protocol cannot dial-in on the port because the IPX
router is not installed..
726     The IPX protocol cannot be used for dial-out on more than one
port at a time.
727     Cannot access TCPCFG.DLL.
728     Cannot find an IP adapter bound to Remote Access.
729     SLIP cannot be used unless the IP protocol is installed.
730     Computer registration is not complete.
731     The protocol is not configured.
732     The PPP negotiation is not converging.
733     The PPP control protocol for this network protocol is not
available on the server.
734     The PPP link control protocol terminated..
735     The requested address was rejected by the server..
736     The remote computer terminated the control protocol.
737     Loopback detected..
738     The server did not assign an address.
739     The remote server cannot use the Windows NT encrypted password.
740     The TAPI devices configured for Remote Access failed to
initialize or were not installed correctly.
741     The local computer does not support encryption.
742     The remote server does not support encryption.
743     The remote server requires encryption.
744     Cannot use the IPX net number assigned by the remote server.
Check the event log.
752     A syntax error was encountered while processing a script.

Additional query words: ntfaqipr

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Keywords          : kberrmsg win95 win98 winnt NTSrvWkst
Version           : WinNT:4.0; WINDOWS:95
Platform          : winnt
Issue type        : kbinfo
=============================================================================
Copyright Microsoft Corporation 1999.

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Outlook Express Error Codes
PSS ID Number: Q208814
Article last modified on 12-30-1999

WINDOWS:4.0,4.01,4.01 Service Pack 1,4.01 Service Pack 2,5

WINDOWS
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——————————————————————————-
The information in this article applies to:

– Microsoft Outlook Express versions 4.0, 4.01, 4.01 Service Pack 1, 4.01 Service Pack 2, 5 for Windows NT 4.0
– Microsoft Outlook Express versions 4.0, 4.01, 4.01 Service Pack 1, 4.01 Service Pack 2, 5 for Windows 95
——————————————————————————-

SUMMARY
=======

The following table is a list of possible error codes returned by Microsoft
Outlook Express when a failure occurs sending and receiving mail, along with
explanations.

MORE INFORMATION
================

General Errors
————–

ERROR CODE   ERROR TYPE                   DESCRIPTION
———-   ————————     ——————————–

0x800CCC00   LOAD_SICILY_FAILED           Authentication did not load.

0x800CCC01   INVALID_CERT_CN              Invalid certificate content.

0x800CCC02   INVALID_CERT_DATE            Invalid certificate date.

0x800CCC03   ALREADY_CONNECTED            User already connected.

0x800CCC04   CONN

0x800CCC05   NOT_CONNECTED                Not connected to server.

0x800CCC06   CONN_SEND

0x800CCC07   WOULD_BLOCK

0x800CCC08   INVALID_STATE

0x800CCC09   CONN_RECV

0x800CCC0A   INCOMPLETE                   Message download incomplete.

0x800CCC0B   BUSY                         Server or maildrop is busy.

0x800CCC0C   NOT_INIT

0x800CCC0D   CANT_FIND_HOST               Cannot locate server.

0x800CCC0E   FAILED_TO_CONNECT            Cannot connect to server.

0x800CCC0F   CONNECTION_DROPPED           Connection closed.

0x800CCC10   INVALID_ADDRESS              Address not known on server.

0x800CCC11   INVALID_ADDRESS_LIST         Mailing list not known on server.

0x800CCC12   SOCKET_READ_ERROR            Unable to send Winsock request.

0x800CCC13   SOCKET_WRITE_ERROR           Unable to read Winsock reply.

0x800CCC14   SOCKET_INIT_ERROR            Unable to initialize Winsock.

0x800CCC15   SOCKET_CONNECT_ERROR         Unable to open Windows Socket.

0x800CCC16   INVALID_ACCOUNT              User account not recognized.

0x800CCC17   USER_CANCEL                  User canceled operation.

0x800CCC18   SICILY_LOGON_FAILED          Logon attempt failed.

0x800CCC19   TIMEOUT

0x800CCC1A   SECURE_CONNECT_FAILED        Unable to connect using SSL.

WINSOCK Errors
————–

ERROR CODE   ERROR TYPE                   DESCRIPTION
———-   ————————     ——————————–

0x800CCC40   WINSOCK_WSASYSNOTREADY       Network subsystem is unusable.

0x800CCC41   WINSOCK_WSAVERNOTSUPPORTED   Windows Sockets cannot support
this application.

0x800CCC42   WINSOCK_WSAEPROCLIM

0x800CCC43   WINSOCK_WSAEFAULT            Bad address.

0x800CCC44   WINSOCK_FAILED_WSASTARTUP    Unable to load Windows Sockets.

0x800CCC45   WINSOCK_WSAEINPROGRESS       Operation now in progress. This
error appears if a Windows
Sockets API is called while a
blocking function is in progress.

SMTP Errors
———–

ERROR CODE   ERROR TYPE                      DESCRIPTION
———-   ————————        ——————————

0x800CCC60   SMTP_RESPONSE_ERROR             Invalid response.

0x800CCC61   SMTP_UNKNOWN_RESPONSE_CODE      Unknown error code.

0x800CCC62   SMTP_500_SYNTAX_ERROR           Syntax error returned.

0x800CCC63   SMTP_501_PARAM_SYNTAX           Parameter syntax incorrect.

0x800CCC64   SMTP_502_COMMAND_NOTIMPL        Command not implemented.

0x800CCC65   SMTP_503_COMMAND_SEQ            Improper command sequence.

0x800CCC66   SMTP_504_COMMAND_PARAM_NOTIMPL  Command not implemented.

0x800CCC67   SMTP_421_NOT_AVAILABLE          Command not available.

0x800CCC68   SMTP_450_MAILBOX_BUSY           Mailbox is locked and busy.

0x800CCC69   SMTP_550_MAILBOX_NOT_FOUND      Mailbox not found.

0x800CCC6A   SMTP_451_ERROR_PROCESSING       Error processing request.

0x800CCC6B   SMTP_551_USER_NOT_LOCAL         User mailbox is known, but
mailbox not on this server.

0x800CCC6C   SMTP_452_NO_SYSTEM_STORAGE      No space to store messages.

0x800CCC6D   SMTP_552_STORAGE_OVERFLOW       Storage limit exceeded.

0x800CCC6E   SMTP_553_MAILBOX_NAME_SYNTAX    Invalid mailbox name syntax.

0x800CCC6F   SMTP_554_TRANSACT_FAILED        Transaction failed.

0x800CCC78   SMTP_REJECTED_SENDER            Unknown sender. This is caused
by having the incorrect e-mail
address in the Reply-To field.

0x800CCC79   SMTP_REJECTED_RECIPIENTS        Server rejected recipients.

0x800CCC7A   SMTP_NO_SENDER                  No sender address specified.

0x800CCC7B   SMTP_NO_RECIPIENTS              No recipients specified.

POP3 Errors
———–

ERROR CODE   ERROR TYPE                     DESCRIPTION
———-   ————————       ——————————-
0x800420CB   POP3_NO_STORE                  Mail cannot be stored on
server

0x800CCC90   POP3_RESPONSE_ERROR            Client response invalid.

0x800CCC91   POP3_INVALID_USER_NAME         Invalid user name or user not
found.

0x800CCC92   POP3_INVALID_PASSWORD          Password not valid for account.

0x800CCC93   POP3_PARSE_FAILURE             Unable to interpret response.

0x800CCC94   POP3_NEED_STAT                 STAT Command required.

0x800CCC95   POP3_NO_MESSAGES               No messages on server.

0x800CCC96   POP3_NO_MARKED_MESSAGES        No messages marked for
retrieval.

0x800CCC97   POP3_POPID_OUT_OF_RANGE        Message ID out of range.

NNTP Errors
———–

ERROR CODE   ERROR TYPE                     DESCRIPTION
———-   ————————       ——————————

0x800CCCA0   NNTP_RESPONSE_ERROR            News server response error.

0x800CCCA1   NNTP_NEWGROUPS_FAILED          Newsgroup access failed.

0x800CCCA2   NNTP_LIST_FAILED               LIST command to server failed.

0x800CCCA3   NNTP_LISTGROUP_FAILED          Unable to display list.

0x800CCCA4   NNTP_GROUP_FAILED              Unable to open group.

0x800CCCA5   NNTP_GROUP_NOTFOUND            Group not on server.

0x800CCCA6   NNTP_ARTICLE_FAILED            Message not on server.

0x800CCCA7   NNTP_HEAD_FAILED               Message header not found.

0x800CCCA8   NNTP_BODY_FAILED               Message body not found.

0x800CCCA9   NNTP_POST_FAILED               Unable to post to server.

0x800CCCAA   NNTP_NEXT_FAILED               Unable to open next message.

0x800CCCAB   NNTP_DATE_FAILED               Unable to display date.

0x800CCCAC   NNTP_HEADERS_FAILED            Unable to display headers.

0x800CCCAD   NNTP_XHDR_FAILED               Unable to display MIME headers.

0x800CCCAE   NNTP_INVALID_USERPASS          Invalid user or password.

RAS Errors
———-

ERROR CODE   ERROR TYPE                     DESCRIPTION
———-   ————————       ——————————

0x800CCCC2   RAS_NOT_INSTALLED              RAS/DUN not installed.

0x800CCCC3   RAS_PROCS_NOT_FOUND            RAS/DUN process not found.

0x800CCCC4   RAS_ERROR                      RAS/DUN error returned.

0x800CCCC5   RAS_INVALID_CONNECTOID         Connectoid damaged or missing.

0x800CCCC6   RAS_GET_DIAL_PARAMS            Error getting dial settings.

IMAP Errors
———–

ERROR CODE   ERROR TYPE                     DESCRIPTION
———-   ————————       ——————————

0x800CCCD1   IMAP_LOGINFAILURE              Login failed.

0x800CCCD2   IMAP_TAGGED_NO_RESPONSE        Message tagged.

0x800CCCD3   IMAP_BAD_RESPONSE              Invalid response to request.

0x800CCCD4   IMAP_SVR_SYNTAXERR             Syntax error.

0x800CCCD5   IMAP_NOTIMAPSERVER             Not an IMAP server.

0x800CCCD6   IMAP_BUFFER_OVERFLOW           Buffer limit exceeded.

0x800CCCD7   IMAP_RECVR_ERROR               Recovery error.

0x800CCCD8   IMAP_INCOMPLETE_LINE           Incomplete data.

0x800CCCD9   IMAP_CONNECTION_REFUSED        Connection not allowed.

0x800CCCDA   IMAP_UNRECOGNIZED_RESP         Unknown response.

0x800CCCDB   IMAP_CHANGEDUID                User ID has changed.

0x800CCCDC   IMAP_UIDORDER                  User ID command failed.

0x800CCCDD   IMAP_UNSOLICITED_BYE           Unexpected disconnect.

0x800CCCDE   IMAP_IMPROPER_SVRSTATE         Invalid server state.

0x800CCCDF   IMAP_AUTH_NOT_POSSIBLE         Unable to authorize client.

0x800CCCE0   IMAP_OUT_OF_AUTH_METHODS       No more authorization types.

Additional query words: kbDSupport prompts alerts

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Keywords          : outexw95 outexnt
Version           : WINDOWS:4.0,4.01,4.01 Service Pack 1,4.01 Service Pack 2,5
Platform          : WINDOWS
Issue type        : kbinfo
=============================================================================
Copyright Microsoft Corporation 1999.

 

MORE INFORMATION

General Errors

ERROR CODE   ERROR TYPE                   DESCRIPTION
———-   ————————     ——————————–
0x800CCC00   LOAD_SICILY_FAILED           Authentication did not load.
0x800CCC01   INVALID_CERT_CN              Invalid certificate content.
0x800CCC02   INVALID_CERT_DATE            Invalid certificate date.
0x800CCC03   ALREADY_CONNECTED            User already connected.
0x800CCC04   CONN
0x800CCC05   NOT_CONNECTED                Not connected to server.
0x800CCC06   CONN_SEND
0x800CCC07   WOULD_BLOCK
0x800CCC08   INVALID_STATE
0x800CCC09   CONN_RECV
0x800CCC0A   INCOMPLETE                   Message download incomplete.
0x800CCC0B   BUSY                         Server or maildrop is busy.
0x800CCC0C   NOT_INIT
0x800CCC0D   CANT_FIND_HOST               Cannot locate server.
0x800CCC0E   FAILED_TO_CONNECT            Cannot connect to server.
0x800CCC0F   CONNECTION_DROPPED           Connection closed.
0x800CCC10   INVALID_ADDRESS              Address not known on server.
0x800CCC11   INVALID_ADDRESS_LIST         Mailing list not known on server.
0x800CCC12   SOCKET_READ_ERROR            Unable to send Winsock request.
0x800CCC13   SOCKET_WRITE_ERROR           Unable to read Winsock reply.
0x800CCC14   SOCKET_INIT_ERROR            Unable to initialize Winsock.
0x800CCC15   SOCKET_CONNECT_ERROR         Unable to open Windows Socket.
0x800CCC16   INVALID_ACCOUNT              User account not recognized.
0x800CCC17   USER_CANCEL                  User canceled operation.
0x800CCC18   SICILY_LOGON_FAILED          Logon attempt failed.
0x800CCC19   TIMEOUT
0x800CCC1A   SECURE_CONNECT_FAILED        Unable to connect using SSL.
WINSOCK Errors

ERROR CODE   ERROR TYPE                   DESCRIPTION
———-   ————————     ——————————–
0x800CCC40   WINSOCK_WSASYSNOTREADY       Network subsystem is unusable.
0x800CCC41   WINSOCK_WSAVERNOTSUPPORTED   Windows Sockets cannot support
this application.
0x800CCC42   WINSOCK_WSAEPROCLIM
0x800CCC43   WINSOCK_WSAEFAULT            Bad address.
0x800CCC44   WINSOCK_FAILED_WSASTARTUP    Unable to load Windows Sockets.
0x800CCC45   WINSOCK_WSAEINPROGRESS       Operation now in progress. This
error appears if a Windows
Sockets API is called while a
blocking function is in progress.

SMTP Errors

ERROR CODE   ERROR TYPE                      DESCRIPTION
———-   ————————        ——————————
0x800CCC60   SMTP_RESPONSE_ERROR             Invalid response.
0x800CCC61   SMTP_UNKNOWN_RESPONSE_CODE      Unknown error code.
0x800CCC62   SMTP_500_SYNTAX_ERROR           Syntax error returned.
0x800CCC63   SMTP_501_PARAM_SYNTAX           Parameter syntax incorrect.
0x800CCC64   SMTP_502_COMMAND_NOTIMPL        Command not implemented.
0x800CCC65   SMTP_503_COMMAND_SEQ            Improper command sequence.
0x800CCC66   SMTP_504_COMMAND_PARAM_NOTIMPL  Command not implemented.
0x800CCC67   SMTP_421_NOT_AVAILABLE          Command not available.
0x800CCC68   SMTP_450_MAILBOX_BUSY           Mailbox is locked and busy.
0x800CCC69   SMTP_550_MAILBOX_NOT_FOUND      Mailbox not found.
0x800CCC6A   SMTP_451_ERROR_PROCESSING       Error processing request.
0x800CCC6B   SMTP_551_USER_NOT_LOCAL         User mailbox is known, but
mailbox not on this server.
0x800CCC6C   SMTP_452_NO_SYSTEM_STORAGE      No space to store messages.
0x800CCC6D   SMTP_552_STORAGE_OVERFLOW       Storage limit exceeded.
0x800CCC6E   SMTP_553_MAILBOX_NAME_SYNTAX    Invalid mailbox name syntax.
0x800CCC6F   SMTP_554_TRANSACT_FAILED        Transaction failed.
0x800CCC78   SMTP_REJECTED_SENDER            Unknown sender. This is caused
by having the incorrect e-mail
address in the Reply-To field.
0x800CCC79   SMTP_REJECTED_RECIPIENTS        Server rejected recipients.
0x800CCC7A   SMTP_NO_SENDER                  No sender address specified.
0x800CCC7B   SMTP_NO_RECIPIENTS              No recipients specified.

POP3 Errors

ERROR CODE   ERROR TYPE                     DESCRIPTION
———-   ————————       ——————————-
0x800420CB   POP3_NO_STORE                  Mail cannot be stored on
server
0x800CCC90   POP3_RESPONSE_ERROR            Client response invalid.
0x800CCC91   POP3_INVALID_USER_NAME         Invalid user name or user not
found.
0x800CCC92   POP3_INVALID_PASSWORD          Password not valid for account.
0x800CCC93   POP3_PARSE_FAILURE             Unable to interpret response.
0x800CCC94   POP3_NEED_STAT                 STAT Command required.
0x800CCC95   POP3_NO_MESSAGES               No messages on server.
0x800CCC96   POP3_NO_MARKED_MESSAGES        No messages marked for
retrieval.
0x800CCC97   POP3_POPID_OUT_OF_RANGE        Message ID out of range.

NNTP Errors

ERROR CODE   ERROR TYPE                     DESCRIPTION
———-   ————————       ——————————
0x800CCCA0   NNTP_RESPONSE_ERROR            News server response error.
0x800CCCA1   NNTP_NEWGROUPS_FAILED          Newsgroup access failed.
0x800CCCA2   NNTP_LIST_FAILED               LIST command to server failed.
0x800CCCA3   NNTP_LISTGROUP_FAILED          Unable to display list.
0x800CCCA4   NNTP_GROUP_FAILED              Unable to open group.
0x800CCCA5   NNTP_GROUP_NOTFOUND            Group not on server.
0x800CCCA6   NNTP_ARTICLE_FAILED            Message not on server.
0x800CCCA7   NNTP_HEAD_FAILED               Message header not found.
0x800CCCA8   NNTP_BODY_FAILED               Message body not found.
0x800CCCA9   NNTP_POST_FAILED               Unable to post to server.
0x800CCCAA   NNTP_NEXT_FAILED               Unable to open next message.
0x800CCCAB   NNTP_DATE_FAILED               Unable to display date.
0x800CCCAC   NNTP_HEADERS_FAILED            Unable to display headers.
0x800CCCAD   NNTP_XHDR_FAILED               Unable to display MIME headers.
0x800CCCAE   NNTP_INVALID_USERPASS          Invalid user or password.

RAS Errors

ERROR CODE   ERROR TYPE                     DESCRIPTION
———-   ————————       ——————————
0x800CCCC2   RAS_NOT_INSTALLED              RAS/DUN not installed.
0x800CCCC3   RAS_PROCS_NOT_FOUND            RAS/DUN process not found.
0x800CCCC4   RAS_ERROR                      RAS/DUN error returned.
0x800CCCC5   RAS_INVALID_CONNECTOID         Connectoid damaged or missing.
0x800CCCC6   RAS_GET_DIAL_PARAMS            Error getting dial settings.

IMAP Errors

ERROR CODE   ERROR TYPE                     DESCRIPTION
———-   ————————       ——————————
0x800CCCD1   IMAP_LOGINFAILURE              Login failed.
0x800CCCD2   IMAP_TAGGED_NO_RESPONSE        Message tagged.
0x800CCCD3   IMAP_BAD_RESPONSE              Invalid response to request.
0x800CCCD4   IMAP_SVR_SYNTAXERR             Syntax error.
0x800CCCD5   IMAP_NOTIMAPSERVER             Not an IMAP server.
0x800CCCD6   IMAP_BUFFER_OVERFLOW           Buffer limit exceeded.
0x800CCCD7   IMAP_RECVR_ERROR               Recovery error.
0x800CCCD8   IMAP_INCOMPLETE_LINE           Incomplete data.
0x800CCCD9   IMAP_CONNECTION_REFUSED        Connection not allowed.
0x800CCCDA   IMAP_UNRECOGNIZED_RESP         Unknown response.
0x800CCCDB   IMAP_CHANGEDUID                User ID has changed.
0x800CCCDC   IMAP_UIDORDER                  User ID command failed.
0x800CCCDD   IMAP_UNSOLICITED_BYE           Unexpected disconnect.
0x800CCCDE   IMAP_IMPROPER_SVRSTATE         Invalid server state.
0x800CCCDF   IMAP_AUTH_NOT_POSSIBLE         Unable to authorize client.
0x800CCCE0   IMAP_OUT_OF_AUTH_METHODS       No more authorization types.

The information in this article applies to:
Microsoft Internet Security and Acceleration Server 2000
Microsoft Small Business Server 2000

SummaryThis article describes how to configure Internet Security and Acceleration (ISA) Server to enable Web access to Microsoft Exchange mailboxes by using Outlook Web Access (OWA), when Exchange is behind an ISA Server-based server.
More InformationTo configure Internet Security and Acceleration (ISA) Server to enable Web access to Microsoft Exchange mailboxes by using Outlook Web Access (OWA), when Exchange is behind the ISA Server-based server:
Configure the ISA Server-based server to accept incoming Web requests on the external interface:
Open the ISA Management console, expand the Servers and Arrays icon, right-click the ISA Server-based server, and then click Properties.
Click the Incoming Web Requests tab, and then click Configure listeners individually per IP address.
Click Add, and then click the ISA Server-based server and the external Internet Protocol (IP) address of the ISA Server-based server from the available lists. This step can specify the IP address and port that the server uses to respond to Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) requests.
Click OK when finished.
Click OK to return to the ISA Management console.
Create a destination set that can point the Web clients to the appropriate folders that are used by the OWA Web site:
Open the ISA Management console, expand the ISA Server-based server, and then click the Policy Elements section.
Expand the Policy Elements section, right-click the Destination Set folder, click New, and then click Set. You are prompted to name the new destination set; name the new destination set “OWA”.
In the Destination box, enter the Uniform Resource Locator (URL) that the external Web clients use to access OWA. This URL resolves the Internet Domain Name System (DNS) name to the external IP address on the ISA Server-based server.

NOTE: Do not include the “http://” or the “https://” portion of the URL in the Destination box.
In the Path box, type: /exchange*, and then click OK.
Repeat step d for the Exchweb and Public folders, adding the path for each as /exchweb* and /public* respectively.
Configure the Web Publishing rule to use the policy element that you previously created:
Expand the Publishing heading, right-click Web Publishing Rules, click New, and then click Rule.
For the name, type: OWA Access Rule, and then click Next.
In the box, click the specified destination set, click the OWA Exchange set that had been previously created, and then click Next.
Apply the rule to Any Request, and then click Next.
Click Redirect the request to this internal Web Server and enter either the name or the internal IP address of the server that is running OWA.
Click to select the Send the original header to publishing server instead of the actual one check box, and then click Next.
Click Finish.
Expand the Monitoring icon in the ISA Management console, and then click Services.
Stop and restart the Web proxy and Firewall services: right-click the service, click Stop, and then start the service from the menu.
If OWA is set to use Secure Sockets Layer (SSL), you must also create a Server Publishing rule that uses the Secure Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTPS) server protocol definition, and then specify the internal OWA server and external IP address of the ISA Server-based server. (The OWA server must use the ISA Server-based server as its default gateway.)

To host OWA on the ISA Server-based server, you need to disable the Socket Pooling feature. The Socket Pooling feature is enabled, by default, in Microsoft Internet Information Services (IIS) version 5.0, and forces IIS to bind to Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) port 80 on all IP addresses.

For additional information about how to disable the Socket Pooling feature, click the article number below to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:
Q238131 How to Disable Socket Pooling
After you have disabled the Socket Pooling feature, you need to configure the OWA Web site to listen on the internal interface for HTTP requests. To do so, start the Internet Services Manager, right-click the Web site that is hosting OWA, and then click Properties. Select the internal address of the ISA Server-based server from the list of IP addresses, and then specify the TCP port that you want the Web site to listen on (TCP port 80, by default). This step is required whenever IIS is running on the same server as ISA Server. If IIS is not needed on the ISA Server-based server, you can uninstall IIS.

NOTE: The Auto Discovery feature of the ISA Server-based server needs to be disabled if the Web site is configured to respond to requests on TCP port 80. To disable Auto Discovery, open the ISA Management console, right-click the ISA Server-based server, and then click Properties. In the dialog box that is displayed, click the Auto Discovery tab, click to clear the Publish automatic discovery information check box, and then click OK.

When the preceding steps are completed, create a Web listener, destination set, and Web Publishing rule as previously outlined

SYMPTOMS

When you try to send a message with graphic attachments, you may receive one of the following error messages:

Your server has unexpectedly terminated the connection. Possible causes for this include
server problems, network problems, or a long period of inactivity. Account: ‘Mail’,
Server:’smtp server’, Protocol: ‘SMTP’, Port: 25, Secure(SSL): No, Error Number:
0x800CCC0F

-or-

The TCP/IP connection was unexpectedly terminated by your mail server. If this problem
persists, contact your LAN Administrator or Internet provider.

-or-

Your SMTP server has not responded in 60 seconds. Would you like to wait another 60
seconds for the server to respond?

-or-

A time-out occurred while communicating with the server. Subject <subject text>, Account:
<account>@<domain>.<net>, Server: <servername>.<net>, Protocol: SMTP, Port: 25,
Secure(SSL):No, Error Number: 0x800CCC19
CAUSE

This behavior can occur if you installed a U.S. Robotics WinModem on your computer.
RESOLUTION

To resolve this behavior, configure your modem with the settings for the S12 register. To do so, follow these steps:

1.Click Start, point to Settings, and then click Control Panel.

2.Double-click Modems.

3.Click the modem that you are using, and then click Properties.

4.On the Connection tab, click Advanced.

5.In the Extra Settings box, type the following line:

S12=50

6.Click OK, click OK, and then click Close.

ADDUSERS Add or list users to/from a CSV file
ARP      Address Resolution Protocol
~ ASSOC    Change file extension associations
ASSOCIAT One step file association
AT       Schedule a command to run at a later time
ATTRIB   Change file attributes
b
BOOTCFG  Edit Windows boot settings
BROWSTAT Get domain, browser and PDC info
c
CACLS    Change file permissions
~ CALL     Call one batch program from another
~ CD       Change Directory – move to a specific Folder
CHANGE   Change Terminal Server Session properties
CHKDSK   Check Disk – check and repair disk problems
CHKNTFS  Check the NTFS file system
CHOICE   Accept keyboard input to a batch file
CIPHER   Encrypt or Decrypt files/folders
CleanMgr Automated cleanup of Temp files, recycle bin
CLEARMEM Clear memory leaks
CLIP     Copy STDIN to the Windows clipboard.
~ CLS      Clear the screen
CLUSTER  Windows Clustering
CMD      Start a new CMD shell
~ COLOR    Change colors of the CMD window
COMP     Compare the contents of two files or sets of files
COMPACT  Compress files or folders on an NTFS partition
COMPRESS Compress individual files on an NTFS partition
CON2PRT  Connect or disconnect a Printer
CONVERT  Convert a FAT drive to NTFS.
~ COPY     Copy one or more files to another location
CSCcmd   Client-side caching (Offline Files)
CSVDE    Import or Export Active Directory data
d
~ DATE     Display or set the date
Dcomcnfg DCOM Configuration Utility
DEFRAG   Defragment hard drive
~ DEL      Delete one or more files
DELPROF  Delete NT user profiles
DELTREE  Delete a folder and all subfolders
DevCon   Device Manager Command Line Utility
~ DIR      Display a list of files and folders
DIRUSE   Display disk usage
DISKCOMP Compare the contents of two floppy disks
DISKCOPY Copy the contents of one floppy disk to another
DISKPART Disk Administration
DNSSTAT  DNS Statistics
DOSKEY   Edit command line, recall commands, and create macros
DSADD    Add user (computer, group..) to active directory   DSQUERY  List items in active directory
DSMOD    Modify user (computer, group..) in active directory
e
~ ECHO     Display message on screen
~ ENDLOCAL End localisation of environment changes in a batch file
~ ERASE    Delete one or more files
~ EXIT     Quit the current script/routine and set an errorlevel.
EXPAND   Uncompress files
EXTRACT  Uncompress CAB files
f
FC       Compare two files
FIND     Search for a text string in a file
FINDSTR  Search for strings in files
~ FOR /F   Loop command: against a set of files
~ FOR /F   Loop command: against the results of another command
~ FOR      Loop command: all options Files, Directory, List
FORFILES Batch process multiple files
FORMAT   Format a disk
FREEDISK Check free disk space (in bytes)
FSUTIL   File and Volume utilities
FTP      File Transfer Protocol
~ FTYPE    Display or modify file types used in file extension associations
g
GLOBAL   Display membership of global groups
~ GOTO     Direct a batch program to jump to a labelled line
h
HELP     Online Help
i
~ IF       Conditionally perform a command
IFMEMBER Is the current user in an NT Workgroup
IPCONFIG Configure IP
k
KILL     Remove a program from memory
l
LABEL    Edit a disk label
LOCAL    Display membership of local groups
LOGEVENT Write text to the NT event viewer.
LOGOFF   Log a user off
LOGTIME  Log the date and time in a file
m
MAPISEND Send email from the command line
MBSAcli  Baseline Security Analyzer.
MEM      Display memory usage
~ MD       Create new folders
MKLINK   Create a symbolic link (linkd)
MODE     Configure a system device
MORE     Display output, one screen at a time
MOUNTVOL Manage a volume mount point
~ MOVE     Move files from one folder to another
MOVEUSER Move a user from one domain to another
MSG      Send a message
MSIEXEC  Microsoft Windows Installer
MSINFO   Windows NT diagnostics
MSTSC    Terminal Server Connection (Remote Desktop Protocol)
MUNGE    Find and Replace text within file(s)
MV       Copy in-use files
n
NET      Manage network resources
NETDOM   Domain Manager
NETSH    Configure network protocols
NETSVC   Command-line Service Controller
NBTSTAT  Display networking statistics (NetBIOS over TCP/IP)
NETSTAT  Display networking statistics (TCP/IP)
NOW      Display the current Date and Time
NSLOOKUP Name server lookup
NTBACKUP Backup folders to tape
NTRIGHTS Edit user account rights
p
~ PATH     Display or set a search path for executable files
PATHPING Trace route plus network latency and packet loss
~ PAUSE    Suspend processing of a batch file and display a message
PERMS    Show permissions for a user
PERFMON  Performance Monitor
PING     Test a network connection
~ POPD     Restore the previous value of the current directory saved by PUSHD
PORTQRY  Display the status of ports and services
PRINT    Print a text file
PRNCNFG  Display, configure or rename a printer
PRNMNGR  Add, delete, list printers set the default printer
~ PROMPT   Change the command prompt
PsExec     Execute process remotely
PsFile     Show files opened remotely
PsGetSid   Display the SID of a computer or a user
PsInfo     List information about a system
PsKill     Kill processes by name or process ID
PsList     List detailed information about processes
PsLoggedOn Who’s logged on (locally or via resource sharing)
PsLogList  Event log records
PsPasswd   Change account password
PsService  View and control services
PsShutdown Shutdown or reboot a computer
PsSuspend  Suspend processes
~ PUSHD    Save and then change the current directory
q
QGREP    Search file(s) for lines that match a given pattern.
r
RASDIAL  Manage RAS connections
RASPHONE Manage RAS connections
RECOVER  Recover a damaged file from a defective disk.
REG      Registry: Read, Set, Export, Delete keys and values
REGEDIT  Import or export registry settings
REGSVR32 Register or unregister a DLL
REGINI   Change Registry Permissions
~ REM      Record comments (remarks) in a batch file
~ REN      Rename a file or files.
REPLACE  Replace or update one file with another
~ RD       Delete folder(s)
RMTSHARE Share a folder or a printer
ROBOCOPY Robust File and Folder Copy
ROUTE    Manipulate network routing tables
RUNAS    Execute a program under a different user account
RUNDLL32 Run a DLL command (add/remove print connections)
s
SC       Service Control
SCHTASKS Create or Edit Scheduled Tasks
SCLIST   Display NT Services
~ SET      Display, set, or remove environment variables
~ SETLOCAL Control the visibility of environment variables
SETX     Set environment variables permanently
SHARE    List or edit a file share or print share
~ SHIFT    Shift the position of replaceable parameters in a batch file
SHORTCUT Create a windows shortcut (.LNK file)
SHOWGRPS List the NT Workgroups a user has joined
SHOWMBRS List the Users who are members of a Workgroup
SHUTDOWN Shutdown the computer
SLEEP    Wait for x seconds
SOON     Schedule a command to run in the near future
SORT     Sort input
~ START    Start a program or command in a separate window.
SU       Switch User
SUBINACL Edit file and folder Permissions, Ownership and Domain
SUBST    Associate a path with a drive letter
SYSTEMINFO List system configuration
t
TASKLIST List running applications and services
TASKKILL Remove a running process from memory
~ TIME     Display or set the system time
TIMEOUT  Delay processing of a batch file
~ TITLE    Set the window title for a CMD.EXE session
TLIST    Task list with full path
TOUCH    Change file timestamps
TRACERT  Trace route to a remote host
TREE     Graphical display of folder structure
~ TYPE     Display the contents of a text file
u
USRSTAT  List domain usernames and last login
v
~ VER      Display version information
~ VERIFY   Verify that files have been saved
~ VOL      Display a disk label
w
WHERE    Locate and display files in a directory tree
WHOAMI   Output the current UserName and domain
WINDIFF  Compare the contents of two files or sets of files
WINMSD   Windows system diagnostics
WINMSDP  Windows system diagnostics II
WMIC     WMI Commands
x
XCACLS   Change file permissions
XCOPY    Copy files and folders
~ ::       Comment / Remark

Word 2007 won’t open either .doc or .docx from windows explorer or from an email. It starts Word but just opens a blank document. My only work around is to open through Word itself, which is a pain. Also, I can’t select text in the word docs with my mouse, only with keyboard. I’m using Vista.

 

To delete the Word Data registry key, follow these steps:
1. Exit all Office programs.
2. Click Start, click Run, type regedit, and then click OK.
3. Locate the following registry subkey, as appropriate for the version of Word that you are running:
• Word 2002:
HKEY_CURRENT_USERSoftwareMicrosoftOffice10.0WordData
• Word 2003:
HKEY_CURRENT_USERSoftwareMicrosoftOffice11.0WordData
• Word 2007:
HKEY_CURRENT_USERSoftwareMicrosoftOffice12.0WordData
4. Click Data, and then click Export on the File menu.
5. Name the file Wddata.reg, and then save the file to the desktop.
6. Click Delete on the Edit menu, and then click Yes.
7. Exit Registry Editor.
8. Start Word.

AT                   Advance Technology
ATAPI              Advanced Technology Packet Interface
AGP                 Accelerated Graphics Port
Areal Density     Amount of data that’s stored on disk per inch.
ATX                 Advance Technology Extended
BIOS                Basic Input Output System
BSL                  Boot Strap Loader
Cache               An intermediate memory between the processor and the RAM
Cluster              A group of sectors on hard disk
CMOS               Complementary Metal Oxide Semiconductor
CPU                  Central Processing Unit
Desktop            Horizontal cabinet
DIMM                Dual In-Line Memory Module
DIP                  Dual In-Line Package
DMA                 Direct Memory Acess
DRAM               Dynamic Random Access Memory
ECC                  Error Checking/Correcting Code
EDO                 Extended Data Out
EIDE                Enhanced IDE which supports upto max of 8.4GB and 4 drives per PC
EMA                 Extended Memory Area
FAT                 File Allocation Table; used by DOS and 16 Bit versions of Windows
FPM                 Fast Page Mode
FRC                  Flat Ribbon Cable
HMA                High Memory Area
IBM                 International Buiseness Machines
IDE                 Integrated Device Electronics or Intelligent Drive Electronics
IRQ                 Interupt Request
ISA                 Industry Standard Architecture
MFM                Modified Frequency Modulation
Non                 Volatile  Memory that retains it’s contents even when power is turned OFF
Partition           A portion of Hard Disk accessed as a single logical volume
PC                   Personal Computer
PCI                  Peripheral Component Interface
PGA                Pin Grid Array
PIO                 Programmed Input Output Mode
PNP                Plug ‘n’ Play
RAM               Random Access Memory
RIMM              Rambus In-Line Memory Module
Riser  T          he metal stud used to fix motherboard.

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